Dahlia 'Bishop of Canterbury'

Bishop of Canterbury was first introduced from the Netherlands in 2002.  This Paeony class 'Bishop' variety has deep purplish plum red flowers, dark stems and foliage.  It is suitable for use in borders, in patio pots and containers and is attractive in the house as a cut flower.  It is attractive to bees and other pollinators.

This Product is Suitable for:

Borders
Containers
Garden
Beds
Patio Pots
Cut Flowers

Dahlia 'Bishop of Canterbury'

Availability: Pre-Order for JAN- 2018 delivery

Purchasing Options

Dahlia 'Bishop of Canterbury' 1 Tuber £4.95
Dahlia Tubers Quantity Discounts Price
5 or more Tubers £4.35 each
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Attributes and Information
Classification Group Group 14 Paeony (P)
Hardiness: H3: Half-hardy - mild winter
Planting Period: May to June
Soil Type: Well-drained, Humus-rich
Location: Full sun
Planting Depth (cm): 20
Planting Spacing (cm): 60
Flowering Period: From June until the first Frost
Height (cm): 100
Flower Size (cm): 5 - 10
Flower Colour: Dark Red
Foliage Colour: Dark
  
Delivery Dates: From January to March
Attributes and Information
Classification Group Group 14 Paeony (P)
Hardiness: H3: Half-hardy - mild winter
Planting Period: May to June
Soil Type: Well-drained, Humus-rich
Location: Full sun
Planting Depth (cm): 20
Planting Spacing (cm): 60
Flowering Period: From June until the first Frost
Height (cm): 100
Flower Size (cm): 5 - 10
Flower Colour: Dark Red
Foliage Colour: Dark
Delivery Dates: From January to March